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    In my opinion HMB does help to prevent from breaking down musscle tissue)
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    Yes. It's just a lengthy process and forums are only one of many channels for questions and there are like 3 per article.
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    What ingredients in supplements could interact in a negative way? (for example, Yombine and Tyrosine can cause adverse effects)

    Opinion on BAIBA for fat loss? (conversion of white fat to beige fat)

    What are the best ingredients for adding in general health? (after long research, I found and tried that pelargonium sidoides has immense solid data)

    Which types of probiotic are actually good and which ones to avoid?

    What are the best adaptogens? Are they worthy? (Siberian ginseng has some great data)

    What's your opinion on the new ATPs ingredients? What are the difference between peakATP and elevATP?

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    Question Preparing protein powder with boiling water?

    Awesome! I do have question about my protein powder. I just have a chocolate flavored protein powder that is made from pumpkin seeds I get from my local organic grocer. Can I prepare it like a hot chocolate substitute or will the boiling process destroy its nutritional benefits?

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    What are your opinions on the more "advanced" ingredients like forskollin, epitatechin, cistanche, ecdysteroids, laxogenin, arachidonic acid, phosphatidic acid?

    What are your opinion on nutrition partioners? On GDAs?

    What are the best ingredients for joint support?

    Which form of curcumin is the best nowadays? There are many new ones: Meriva, BioCurcumin, MetaCurcumin...

    What are the best forms of carbs? There are many: maltodextrin, HBCD, Wazy Maize etc...

    Opinion on Ashwagandha/KSM-66?

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    Timing of supplements?
    Which ones time doesn't matter?
    Which ones should be taken fasted, empty stomach or with meals?
    Which ones should be avoided around workout (like antioxidants)?
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    Hi.

    I'm 37 Years old, 5.10, 260 punds and for the last year I've been doing crossfit around 2-3 times a week, I have tried as much as I can to eat better and healthier but I can see much improvment at all. my clothes are starting to feel looser but I havent changed sizes yet and I feel a bit discourage. I'm increasing my crossfit sessions to 4-5 times a week and trying to to keep a healthier diet. however I have never used suplements and for those of us who are not into bodybuilding or never had an informed person around is really hard to choose the right combination. Ideally I would like to know which are the supplements I can use to start seeing results faster. my main goal is loose fat. I do WOD's and MetWod's
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    So I'm about to start my very first cycle and I would love to get advice from professionals on my choice of gear.

    I am 21 years old, 5'10" and weigh 155lbs my BF% is 5% and I am wanting to do a stack of Test and Deca or just Test

    Is this a good start? what would be recommended dosage? also I am trying to prepare for an upcoming deployment at my next duty station, so what results can I expect in about an 8 week on period?

    my main concern is dosage ive looked up how to inject, etc.
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    I am new to this whole game and so far, I've learned that the fitness business is a whole new world! So I can't wait to get into it.

    My question is, how necessary are supplements and protein powders etc..? I eat a fair bit of protein just regularly so is it absolutely necessary to spend hundreds of dollars of protein?

    Stupid question but I am new and I want to hear from the experienced.
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    What supplements in your opinion are okay for diabetes type II? Appreciate any assistance and thank you in advance!
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    Originally Posted by KingNotorious View Post
    I am new to this whole game and so far, I've learned that the fitness business is a whole new world! So I can't wait to get into it.

    My question is, how necessary are supplements and protein powders etc..? I eat a fair bit of protein just regularly so is it absolutely necessary to spend hundreds of dollars of protein?

    Stupid question but I am new and I want to hear from the experienced.
    Good question. I'm fairly new to all of this, too
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    I seem to get cold sores when taking pre workout supps that contain citrulline (or arginine). Is there an alternative or substitute ingredient that would give me the nitric oxide pumps, or that has similar benefits to citrulline? Thanks
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    Hi! i'm really confused i was 90 kgs earlier but lost around 27 kgs over the span of 1-1.5 years, now i weigh 63 kgs.I lost weight by gyming and dieting, used to take iso100(1 scoop) post workout. now i want to gain muscle mass so was confused between these two protein shakes. Please advise me which will be the best choice for me, remove the cost factor please i just want what's better for me. and also please tell me if syntha will give me unwanted fat because i don't want to get any kind of unwanted fat again.
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    what can you tell me about chromium? I recently saw a news segment regarding this ingredient which is popular in supplements. The news segment stated that this ingredient could cause skin cancer.
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    Originally Posted by vegasvln View Post
    What supplements in your opinion are okay for diabetes type II? Appreciate any assistance and thank you in advance!
    Great question! Here are a few recommendations that I have, but as always it's best to check with your primary physician before starting a new supplement program.
    I would recommend take creatine, as it's been shown to help improve insulin sensitivity via GLUT-4 up-regulation
    Protein is a safe and effective supplement to take, as are BCAAs. Because these contain little (if any) carbs they should have no effect on insulin/glucose levels.
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    I can't decide about that: How should i drink protein, with water or milk?
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    Originally Posted by Ashe133 View Post
    Good question. I'm fairly new to all of this, too
    No supplements are necessary...they don't offer up anything food can't. It's more of a convenience thing. Many of us don't eat enough whole protein throughout the day, so supplementing with protein powder helps us reach our protein intake goal. The same goes for creatine, beta-alanine, and BCAAs. Supplements can also help when traveling or when you can't sit down and eat every 3-4 hours. Creatine and beta-alanine are a little more difficult to obtain solely through whole foods so I would recommend supplementing with those.
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    Originally Posted by bjsilvey View Post
    I seem to get cold sores when taking pre workout supps that contain citrulline (or arginine). Is there an alternative or substitute ingredient that would give me the nitric oxide pumps, or that has similar benefits to citrulline? Thanks
    Try pomegranate extract or beet root juice!
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    Originally Posted by catherinestrong View Post
    I can't decide about that: How should i drink protein, with water or milk?
    That's more of a personal preference. I drink mine with water, but if you want to sneak in extra calories/protein/carbs you can certainly mix it with milk!
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    Originally Posted by Cheto99 View Post
    what can you tell me about chromium? I recently saw a news segment regarding this ingredient which is popular in supplements. The news segment stated that this ingredient could cause skin cancer.
    I'm not up to date on the research suggesting it can cause skin cancer, but there are no studies showing a significant performance benefit to using it so I just wouldn't take it!
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    Can I ask here about CLA and L-Carnitine?

    They are catalogued as fat burner, but they works in different way i suppose.
    Can i take CLA and L-Carnitine at same time?
    3 caps CLA and 3 caps of L-Carnitine daily is a good idea?

    Or I should take them separately?
    for example: 1 month only 3 caps of CLA daily and the next month only 3 caps of L-Carnitine daily.

    I see on internet and there are 50% of people pro-separately and 50% of people pro-simultaneously.
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    Help! My husband has been taking N Motion Up Test. He has been generally feeling horrible and tired all the time. He has been swollen, goes to the bath room a lot and said he feels like he's dying inside. I'm so scared for his well being right now. I want to mention only for medical purposes that he had a major pill addiction in the past. About 7 years ago. He has since over came that addiction and has been clean for over 4 years. But, during that time he started to swell. His feet and every thing. His aunt that is a doctor told him that this was the beginning of the end if he didn't stop abusing pills. So, with that being said, can his liver be damaged from that? And, will this supplement make it worse? I'm so worried about him. Please help.
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    I am on a 16/8 intermitent fasting schedule with 2 meals a day. Whats the best time to take quadralean ? Is it during the feeding window or during the fasting? ~

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    Question about "Animal CUTS"

    Hello,

    I dont know if this thread is the right place to ask this question.
    I purchased two packs Animal CUTS. Can you please tell me the best time/way to take the CUTS? I mean, before/with/after meal.
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    Originally Posted by scottmma View Post
    Hello,

    I dont know if this thread is the right place to ask this question.
    I purchased two packs Animal CUTS. Can you please tell me the best time/way to take the CUTS? I mean, before/with/after meal.
    I asked Animal nutrition, here is their response:
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    The best time to take Cuts would be on an empty stomach, I like to take it first thing in the morning or before I train. Let me know how it works!

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    You can take them at the same time, there's really no point to take them separately.

    Originally Posted by KimeraII View Post
    Can I ask here about CLA and L-Carnitine?

    They are catalogued as fat burner, but they works in different way i suppose.
    Can i take CLA and L-Carnitine at same time?
    3 caps CLA and 3 caps of L-Carnitine daily is a good idea?

    Or I should take them separately?
    for example: 1 month only 3 caps of CLA daily and the next month only 3 caps of L-Carnitine daily.

    I see on internet and there are 50% of people pro-separately and 50% of people pro-simultaneously.
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    Originally Posted by parente94 View Post
    I am on a 16/8 intermitent fasting schedule with 2 meals a day. Whats the best time to take quadralean ? Is it during the feeding window or during the fasting? ~

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    I would recommend taking quadralean with food (so during the feeding window).
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